As rumours about President Robert Mugabe not being in good health keep spreading, a Walter Magaya prophet made a prophetic declaration that the president’s end is near.
A prophet attached to the Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries made the announcement in a televised statement. According to the prophet, Mugabe’s health is deteriorating and that is God’s punishment for him.
He added that President Robert Mugabe is facing punishment for causing Magaya’s arrest for rape. “Touch not my anointed,” the prophet quoted.
Watch a Magaya Prophet predict doom for President Robert Mugabe
In August 2016, he was arrested and charged for rape. However, he was released shortly after on $2,000 bail.
Magaya is one of the spiritual forces to reckon with in Zimbabwe. He rose to prominence in 2012 after paying a visit to T. B. Joshua (of SCOAN) in Nigeria. Apparently, the Nigerian renowned prophet anointed him to became a ‘great’ prophet. Subsequently, he has performed many miracles and made predictions that came to pass.
Similarly, another prophetic declaration was made by Emmanuel Makandiwa about a year ago and it goes:
“A high profile person will die while flying mid air….they will hide his dead body for 3 days “because they don’t want the prophecy to be confirmed (fulfilled).”
The prophecy gave birth to several speculations and rumours. But, it’s not yet clear who the high profile person might be or if the prophecy already came to pass.
Meanwhile, Mugabe’s spokesperson, George Charamba, has dismissed reports that the veteran leader’s health is dwindling. Another publication had it that Mugabe reportedly abandoned the Southern African Developmental Community summit in Swaziland as a result of ill health.
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According to publications, the 92-year-old’s health had deteriorated during the summit, forcing him to take an emergency leave. Also, a government official in Harare was quoted as saying that Mugabe was rushed to Singapore for treatment. The veteran leader who has vowed to rule “until God says come” is said to be engaged in a long-term battle with prostate cancer.